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constellations is a Python library typically used in Devops, Continuous Deployment applications. constellations has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has build file available and it has low support. However constellations has a Non-SPDX License. You can download it from GitHub.

This repository contains descriptions of constellations of mutations for the SARS-CoV-2 virus. A constellation is a collection of mutations which are functionally meaningful, but which may arise independently a number of times.

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              constellations has a low active ecosystem.
              It has 36 star(s) with 14 fork(s). There are 18 watchers for this library.
              It had no major release in the last 12 months.
              There are 2 open issues and 27 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 9 days. There are no pull requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of constellations is v0.1.8

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              constellations has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.

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              constellations has a Non-SPDX License.
              Non-SPDX licenses can be open source with a non SPDX compliant license, or non open source licenses, and you need to review them closely before use.

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              constellations releases are available to install and integrate.
              Build file is available. You can build the component from source.

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            Community Discussions


            How to align articles on HTML5
            Asked 2021-May-11 at 12:49

            I am creating a website for my school coding class using Adobe Dreamweaver, but I have run into an issue.

            I have two articles and am trying to get them inline. They are both set to block, and I know that they should be inline-block elements, but setting it to that causes a problem.

            I have a navigation bar above these two articles, and if I make these articles inline-block elements, it makes the navigation bar disappear. I don't know why this is happening, and have tried asking my teacher and classmates for help, but can't find a solution. Here is an image of what it looks like with both articles as block elements:

            This is what it looks like when they are inline-block elements:

            I want the articles to be together, as shown in the second image, but I still want to keep my navigation bar. Note that the navigation bar is styled with 'position:fixed', so that it always stays at the top of my page. I also want to keep this, but I feel as though it may be the cause for my problem. Here is a snippet of the code which I made (sorry if it doesn't work properly, and that the images don't work)



            Answered 2021-May-11 at 12:49

            The problem: when you make the class left and centre inline-block, the margin-top of the nav is -130px. This makes it go out of screen.

            A more clean solution would be to use flex box, and have some flexibility ;) of the alignment of items. In the solution, i removed the margin and changed it, see below:



            React and Vercel: Error: Command "npm run build" exited with 1?
            Asked 2021-Apr-10 at 19:27

            I am trying to deploy a simple create-react-app to vercel and keep getting this build log with the error in the title. Anyone know how to fix this? I forked and cloned two repos, one being a server and the other being a client app, and am trying to deploy the client app. Thanks!



            Answered 2021-Apr-10 at 19:27

            The logs show that the npm run build script is throwing an error because of lint warnings.

            Here's how I mentally parse the logs (... means I skimmed over that section):



            Error trying to compile C file: mkfifo: cannot create fifo 'stderr': Operation not supported
            Asked 2021-Feb-28 at 13:52

            We are trying to compile this by following instructions in the readme. I must say that we are not specialists with C at all, we are students of a web development bootcamp and trying to do our last project.

            It's a command line tool to calculate ephemerides of multiple celestial bodies, and as you can read in the setup in the readme file, it need to download certain data from the internet, and then compile. All is done through the script.

            So, we have tried:

            • In Windows 10 ubuntu WSL terminal

            If we type $./setup or $./prettymake, after download the data, gives the error:



            Answered 2021-Feb-28 at 13:52

            A comment from the OP invites me to answer; here it is.

            The prettymake script creates a named fifo in order to receive the messages produced by make on its standard error. A background process (cat) consumes the data from this fifo and sends them to a sed command (see right after) in order to transform these data before writing to standard output. (note that cat is useless here since sed could have directly read from the named fifo thanks to <)

            However, the two sed commands as shown in the question don't do anything since they just capture each line of text (\(.*\)) and repeat them unchanged (\1), thus they could have been omitted. In this case, the script could just contain make $@ 2>&1, it would have produced the same effect. On a system where creating the named fifo is problematic (old version of WSL apparently), this change in the script should produce the same effect as expected.

            Looking at the link provided in the question, we can see that the original prettymake script actually contains transformations in the sed commands in order to display standard output and standard error of the make command with different colours.



            Backtracking 8 Queens Python problems
            Asked 2020-Oct-09 at 11:07

            I've started solving the 8 queens problem with backtracking in Python. Everything is nice & fine. It even printed out the first answer. However, it stuck itself on its first backtracking try.

            The task sounded in that way:

            Implement a Python function that solves the 8 queens puzzle. The 8 queen puzzle consists of placing 8 queens on a chess board, so that, none of the queens could capture any other. Note that queens can move orthogonally or diagonally in any direction.

            You should implement a function solve() that when called, it prints the first solution of the puzzle and then it awaits for input. Once the user presses ‘enter’, the next solution is printed, and so on.

            - Your program should be able to find all the solutions for the puzzle and each solution only once. '

            - It should be easy to modify your program, so that, it works for different board sizes. Hints:

            - In any row, there is exactly one queen. Hence, all you need to compute is the column in which each of the 8 queens can be placed.

            - You should implement a recursive function solve(n) that finds a place for nth+1 the queen and then calls itself recursively for the n+1 queen (unless all the queens have been placed). It should systematically explore all the possibilities using backtracking.

            - You are allowed (and encouraged) to define extra functions (other than solve() ) to improve the quality of your code if necessary.



            Answered 2020-Oct-09 at 11:07

            This is an example of how the 8-Queens problem can be solved recursively, using a simple list to represent the board. A list such as [8, 4, 1, 3, 6, 2, 7, 5] represents the 8 rows of a chessboard from top to bottom, with a Q in the 8th column of the top row, the 4th column of the 7th row, the 1st column of the 6th row ... and the 5th column of the bottom row.

            A solution is built starting with an empty board [] by placing a Q in the next row in a column position where it cannot be taken. Possible positions are columns which have not already been taken earlier (this is the for loop in function solve). For each of these possible column positions, function issafe checks whether the position is safe from being taken diagonally by the Qs already on the board. If the position is safe, the solution board is extended by another row and the solution recurses until the board is filled (len(board) == boardsize), at which point the solution count is incremented and the board is displayed.

            Note that the function solve works for any size of square chessboard - the desired size is passed as a parameter to solve, and the function returns the total number of solutions found.

            Hope this helps explain how the 8-Queens problem can be solved recursively WITHOUT numpy.



            Django Wizard Form : is it possible to have a search engine for a specific step?
            Asked 2020-Sep-16 at 12:57

            I'm struggling with my Django application, to the point of asking my first question on StackOverflow.

            To be short, I have a form where the user (a farmer) allows him to add a plant on a culture.

            It'd be handy if instead of a boring select box, the farmer could just write down a few letters and every related results pop on the screen. The farmer would pick-up the plant and proceed to the next step. Since he had 330 different seeds, it's not just a fancy functionality.

            I'm able to build a "simple" WizardForm, I already have the search engine and my field is populated with a ModelChoiceField()... I feel like I'm so close yet so far :(

            I have also considered that WizardForm might not be the right approach for what I'm doing. But I feel like I'm just missing something.

            Do any of you have any suggestion on it?

            Below, you can read a few extracts from my code. I will try to clean-up the mess and provide you a readable code.



            Answered 2020-Sep-16 at 12:57

            Hello fellow that browsed toward this page. If you were also looking for a multi-page form with specific step like mine who has a search bar, you can do like so.

            I will just deposit my raw code in here. It should be helpful already. Once my Django app is finished, I'll take the time to explain.



            Color of polyline in Aladin lite
            Asked 2020-Sep-12 at 03:19

            I am using Aladin lite library in my web app. I would like to create interactive map of sky with all constellations. However, when I add new overlay layer and draw lines of any constellation, some lines are brighter and wider then others. Here is fiddle. I would like to have all lines with lineWidth: 1 and color: '#FFF'. Is there any way fix it?



            Answered 2020-Sep-12 at 03:19

            What you are seeing is caused by the spherical projection...
            If you individually zoom in the lines they look the same

            See my example below, it should be a bunch of identical parallel lines, but they do not quite look the same



            Regex to extract (austrian) street housenumber/stairs/floor/door
            Asked 2020-Aug-06 at 10:07

            I need to extract the housenumber with all the different constellations in austria:



            Answered 2020-Aug-05 at 15:50

            Not knowing Austrian address formats it's hard for me to say if this is correct, however, please see the regex below.



            Change color of multi-layered image with CSS
            Asked 2020-Jul-28 at 14:27

            I'm trying to create the following functionality:

            • Have two transparent images layered on top of each other inside of a ; one is an object and the other image represents the 'glow' around the object.
            • On hover, I want the glow to change colors, but I do not want the original object to change colors.

            Here's my existing setup:




            Answered 2020-Jul-28 at 14:27

            The problem is that #constellation:after is positioned above your image. Set a higher z-index for your image and hover trigger on the parent.



            Angular Paths: get file from folder that is on the same directory level
            Asked 2020-Apr-19 at 21:13

            This must be very simple yet with multiple tries and a whole manner of constellations I am unable to get it right.

            From the picture above, what is the correct path to import is-desktop.service.ts from the _services folder into app.component.ts?



            Answered 2020-Apr-19 at 21:13

            ./ means u are now in this directory. so u should start with ./



            Why is the "€" character only printed before printer initialization and not after the initialization?
            Asked 2020-Apr-08 at 01:21

            I have an Epson TM-T88VI printer and use the Microsoft.PointOfService.PosPrinter in C# for printing.

            Using the following function i get a strange output printed:



            Answered 2020-Apr-08 at 01:21

            The reason why letters like F are printed is because the printer is in the initialized state, code page 437.
            Look at the letters in the following material at 213 in decimal and 0xD5 in hexadecimal.

            Page 0 [PC437: USA, Standard Europe]

            Page 19 [PC858: Euro]

            The POS for.NET service object internally manages code page settings according to the value of CharacterSet property.

            If the application arbitrarily sends initialization commands to the printer, the service object's management information may be inconsistent and the printer may print incorrectly.

            If you are using POS for.NET (including OPOS/JavaPOS), you should not use the initialization command (ESC@) or similar commands to change the mode or settings.

            In that sense, instead of sending the paper cut also directly the ESC i({ 27, 105 }) command, call the CutPaper method or put the POSPrinter paper cut escape sequence (ESC|P) defined in UnifiedPOS in the print request string.


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            You can use constellations like any standard Python library. You will need to make sure that you have a development environment consisting of a Python distribution including header files, a compiler, pip, and git installed. Make sure that your pip, setuptools, and wheel are up to date. When using pip it is generally recommended to install packages in a virtual environment to avoid changes to the system.


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